So sit back and grab your favorite brew and read my rants!
If you’ve read any of my stuff this season, you’ve seen a recurring theme. And that theme is that these Colorado State basketball teams have managed their way through extraordinary circumstances to position themselves well for regular season conference championships and post-season play.
And by doing so they have provided us with countless successes, albeit on the television, the computer creep, the radio, or through the print media.
Now its time to give back to them.
Allow fans to attend the final two scheduled home games this week vs. Air Force.
If I am reading correctly, Larimer County guidance has changed due to positive movement of the COVID dial into yellow status.
Up to 150 people beyond participants and support staff are now allowed to attend sporting events.
Not a heck of a lot with a Moby capacity of 8000+.
Not a lot in terms of creating a home court advantage.
But enough to allow family and close friends and maybe a few more to come see their team play. Maybe some cheerleaders too.
And most importantly, a way for the administration to give back to these players and coaches who have sacrificed quite a bit to give us the emotional and mental help that fans need in times like this.
Those 150 can help all CSU fans channel their support and show their love in these final games.
Word is that local high school programs have figured out a way to have small crowds attend their basketball games.
Let’s go President McConnell and Director Parker.
MAKE IT HAPPEN!